Changes to Global Health Rules International health ministers back new regulations giving the World Health Organization greater authority in monitoring and controlling epidemics such as SARS -- even if a government fails to cooperate. In Toronto, more than 3,000 persons suspected of having SARS are in quarantine. Hear NPR's Brenda Wilson and Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio.
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WHO Approves Changes to Global Health Rules

International health ministers back new regulations giving the World Health Organization greater authority in monitoring and controlling epidemics such as SARS — even if a government fails to cooperate. In Toronto, more than 3,000 persons suspected of having SARS are in quarantine. Hear NPR's Brenda Wilson and Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio.

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